Millwall fans have raised £5,328 from the match-worn shirt auction following The Lions' 1-1 Sky Bet Championship draw with Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday 8th December.
The night saw the club have the logo of Kick It Out, football's equality and inclusion organisation, across the front of their kit, with the match-worn shirts auctioned off following the fixture, with the proceeds being split between the organisation and Millwall Community Trust.
Bartosz Bialkowski's shirt proved to be the most valuable - being sold for £342 - whilst Mahlon Romeo and Jake Cooper became the most expensive outfield players, seeing their shirts won for £332 and £311 respectively.
Most winners came from the United Kingdom, however, there are were also successful bids from both sides of the globe in Canada, United States of America and Australia.
The auction further extends the incredible generosity shown by Lions fans, after over £16,000 was raised for the Poppy Appeal last month.
For a full match-worn shirt auction rundown, click here.